Bridgwater Angling Association

Established Since 1905

Combwich

This water originaly consisted of 3 seperate ponds, dug to provide clay for the local brickworking industry, however, once they had fulfilled their purpose they were totally flooded to create one lake of around 22 acres. However the original working have retained their own identity and are referred to as "The Main Lake", "The Bungalows", and "The Leg".

All areas of the lake are fishable, and a full circuit of the lake can be achieved with ease on foot, the "Leg" also provides access for Disabled Anglers.

There are 2 vehicles access points and car parks, which are gained via locked gates, details of which can be found in our permits.

The Fish

Combwich is well stocked with most species expected to be found in a still water, but is probably noted for its superb head of Carp, Commons in particular, the current lake record is 31lb, but bigger fish have been sighted, most tactics work, though it cannot be said it is an "easy" water and a bit of thought will be required on occasion.

The past few years have seen Rudd re establish themselves and there are now some very high quality fish to be caught of specimen sizes, and it is quite possible to "bag" up on these.

The lake has always been noted for some very good Bream, and double figure specimens are possible, as well as a good head of "skimmers".

 Roach are also present in large numbers, and Tench to double figures have been caught in recent times.

Predators exist as well, with double figure Pike, and some very big Perch.

The lake is well maintained, grass cut, swims checked, vegetation controlled and trees pruned where required.

There is an Eco Toilet located in the Main Car Park.

There is a local shop located in the village, which provides the usual items expected, and a Snack Van can be found in the lay by opposite the main entrance.

Cannington has very good local amenities, shop, butchers, bakers, newsagents, etc

Water is not available on site, so those planning to fish a longer session will need to provide this.

The Town of Bridgwater is 5 miles away and very well served by supermarkets, in fact you will be spoilt for choice!

Somerset Angling can be found located in Bath Road, and in addition to selling our permits; it has one of the largest stocks of tackle to be found in the South West.

Combwich Ponds has a wide range of wildlife and is a natural fishery, please remember and respect this at all times, we hope you enjoy your angling there, and will welcome your views, thoughts, and photos via this website. 

Directions

Approach from Bridgwater to Minehead A39 road to 2nd roundabout straight across thro Cannington village. Turn right at the War Memorial towards Hinkley Point.  At Bowlam Farm on left turn into track on right marked BAA to Lakeside Car Park. Alternatively go into the village take 2nd turning on right into Wharf Road turn into ponds through double gates to Car Parks. Note:- Conditions on signs for Fishing and Parking. See Bylaw.

Approach from Bridgwater to Minehead A39 road to 2nd roundabout straight across thro Cannington village. Turn right at the War Memorial towards Hinkley Point.  At Bowlam Farm on left turn into track on right marked BAA to Lakeside Car Park. Alternatively go into the village take 2nd turning on right into Wharf Road turn into ponds through double gates to Car Parks. Note:- Conditions on signs for Fishing and Parking. See Bylaw.

See Rule 41. Species; Roach, Perch, Carp, Bream and Tench. Combination Lock  3031 The gates must be kept locked at all times.

*** The gates must be kept locked at all times ***

All areas of the lake are fishable, and a full circuit of the lake can be achieved with ease on foot, the "Leg" also provides access for Disabled Anglers.

There are 2 vechicle access points and car parks, which are gained via locked gates, details of which can be found in our permits.

The Fish
Combwich is well stocked with most species expected to be found in a still water, but is probably noted for its superb head of Carp, Commons in particular, the current lake record is 31lb, but bigger fish have been sighted, most tactics work, though it cannot be said it is an "easy" water and a bit of thought will be required on occasion.

The past few years have seen Rudd re establish themselves and there are now some very high quality fish to be caught of specimen sizes, and it is quite possible to "bag" up on these. 

The lake has always been noted for some very good Bream, and double figure specimens are possible, as well as a good head of ":skimmers".

Roach are also present in large numbers, and Tench to double figures have been caught in recent times.

Predators exsist as well, with double figure Pike, and some very big Perch.

The lake is well maintained, grass cut, swims checked, vegatation controlled and trees pruned where required.

There is an Eco Toilet located in the Main Car Park.

There is a local shop located in the village which provides the usual items expected, and a Snack Van can be found in the lay by opposite the main entrance.

Cannington has very good local ammenities, shop, butchers, bakers, newsagents, etc

Water is not available on site, so those planning to fish a longer session will need to provide this.

The Town of Bridgwater is 5 miles away and very well served by Supermarkets, in fact you will be spoilt for choice!

Somerset Angling can be found located in Bath Road, and in addition to selling our permits, it has one of the largest stocks of tackle to be found in the South West.

Combwich Ponds has a wide range of wildlife and is a natural fishery, please remember and respect this at all times, we hope you enjoy your angling there, and will welcome your views, thoughts, and photos via this website.
Combwich Ponds 
This water originaly consisted of 3 seperate ponds, dug to provide clay for the local brickworking industry, however, once they had fulfilled their purpose they were totally flooded to create one lake of around 22 acres. However the original working have retained their own identity and are referred to as "The Main Lake", "The Bungalows", and "The Leg".

All areas of the lake are fishable, and a full circuit of the lake can be achieved with ease on foot, the "Leg" also provides access for Disabled Anglers.

There are 2 vechicle access points and car parks, which are gained via locked gates, details of which can be found in our permits.

The Fish
Combwich is well stocked with most species expected to be found in a still water, but is probably noted for its superb head of Carp, Commons in particular, the current lake record is 31lb, but bigger fish have been sighted, most tactics work, though it cannot be said it is an "easy" water and a bit of thought will be required on occasion.

The past few years have seen Rudd re establish themselves and there are now some very high quality fish to be caught of specimen sizes, and it is quite possible to "bag" up on these. 

The lake has always been noted for some very good Bream, and double figure specimens are possible, as well as a good head of ":skimmers".

Roach are also present in large numbers, and Tench to double figures have been caught in recent times.

Predators exsist as well, with double figure Pike, and some very big Perch.

The lake is well maintained, grass cut, swims checked, vegatation controlled and trees pruned where required.

There is an Eco Toilet located in the Main Car Park.

There is a local shop located in the village which provides the usual items expected, and a Snack Van can be found in the lay by opposite the main entrance.

Cannington has very good local ammenities, shop, butchers, bakers, newsagents, etc

Water is not available on site, so those planning to fish a longer session will need to provide this.

The Town of Bridgwater is 5 miles away and very well served by Supermarkets, in fact you will be spoilt for choice!

Somerset Angling can be found located in Bath Road, and in addition to selling our permits, it has one of the largest stocks of tackle to be found in the South West.

Combwich Ponds has a wide range of wildlife and is a natural fishery, please remember and respect this at all times, we hope you enjoy your angling there, and will welcome your views, thoughts, and photos via this website.
Combwich Ponds 
This water originaly consisted of 3 seperate ponds, dug to provide clay for the local brickworking industry, however, once they had fulfilled their purpose they were totally flooded to create one lake of around 22 acres. However the original working have retained their own identity and are referred to as "The Main Lake", "The Bungalows", and "The Leg".

All areas of the lake are fishable, and a full circuit of the lake can be achieved with ease on foot, the "Leg" also provides access for Disabled Anglers.

There are 2 vechicle access points and car parks, which are gained via locked gates, details of which can be found in our permits.

The Fish
Combwich is well stocked with most species expected to be found in a still water, but is probably noted for its superb head of Carp, Commons in particular, the current lake record is 31lb, but bigger fish have been sighted, most tactics work, though it cannot be said it is an "easy" water and a bit of thought will be required on occasion.

The past few years have seen Rudd re establish themselves and there are now some very high quality fish to be caught of specimen sizes, and it is quite possible to "bag" up on these. 

The lake has always been noted for some very good Bream, and double figure specimens are possible, as well as a good head of ":skimmers".

Roach are also present in large numbers, and Tench to double figures have been caught in recent times.

Predators exsist as well, with double figure Pike, and some very big Perch.

The lake is well maintained, grass cut, swims checked, vegatation controlled and trees pruned where required.

There is an Eco Toilet located in the Main Car Park.

There is a local shop located in the village which provides the usual items expected, and a Snack Van can be found in the lay by opposite the main entrance.

Cannington has very good local ammenities, shop, butchers, bakers, newsagents, etc

Water is not available on site, so those planning to fish a longer session will need to provide this.

The Town of Bridgwater is 5 miles away and very well served by Supermarkets, in fact you will be spoilt for choice!

Somerset Angling can be found located in Bath Road, and in addition to selling our permits, it has one of the largest stocks of tackle to be found in the South West.

Combwich Ponds has a wide range of wildlife and is a natural fishery, please remember and respect this at all times, we hope you enjoy your angling there, and will welcome your views, thoughts, and photos via this website.

All areas of the lake are fishable, and a full circuit of the lake can be achieved with ease on foot, the "Leg" also provides access for Disabled Anglers.

There are 2 vechicle access points and car parks, which are gained via locked gates, details of which can be found in our permits.

The Fish
Combwich is well stocked with most species expected to be found in a still water, but is probably noted for its superb head of Carp, Commons in particular, the current lake record is 31lb, but bigger fish have been sighted, most tactics work, though it cannot be said it is an "easy" water and a bit of thought will be required on occasion.

The past few years have seen Rudd re establish themselves and there are now some very high quality fish to be caught of specimen sizes, and it is quite possible to "bag" up on these. 

The lake has always been noted for some very good Bream, and double figure specimens are possible, as well as a good head of ":skimmers".

Roach are also present in large numbers, and Tench to double figures have been caught in recent times.

Predators exsist as well, with double figure Pike, and some very big Perch.

The lake is well maintained, grass cut, swims checked, vegatation controlled and trees pruned where required.

There is an Eco Toilet located in the Main Car Park.

There is a local shop located in the village which provides the usual items expected, and a Snack Van can be found in the lay by opposite the main entrance.

Cannington has very good local ammenities, shop, butchers, bakers, newsagents, etc

Water is not available on site, so those planning to fish a longer session will need to provide this.

The Town of Bridgwater is 5 miles away and very well served by Supermarkets, in fact you will be spoilt for choice!

Somerset Angling can be found located in Bath Road, and in addition to selling our permits, it has one of the largest stocks of tackle to be found in the South West.

Combwich Ponds has a wide range of wildlife and is a natural fishery, please remember and respect this at all times, we hope you enjoy your angling there, and will welcome your views, thoughts, and photos via this website.
Combwich Ponds 
This water origanally consisted of 3 seperate ponds, dug to provide clay for the local brickworking industry, however, once they had fulfilled their purpose they were totally flooded to create one lake of around 22 acres. However the original working have retained their own identity and are referred to as "The Main Lake", "The Bungalows", and "The Leg",

All areas of the lake are fishable, and a full circuit of the lake can be acheived with ease on foot, the "Leg" also provides access for Disabled Anglers.

There are 2 vechicle access points and car parks, which are gained via locked gates, details of which can be found in our permits.

The Fish
Combwich is well stocked with most species expected to be found in a stillwater, but is probably noted for its superb head of Carp, Commons in particular, the current lake record is 31lb, but bigger fish have been sighted, most tactics work, though it cannot be said it is an "easy" water and a bit of thought will be required on occasion.

The past few years have seen Rudd re establish themselves and there are now some very high quality fish to be caught of specimen sizes, and it is quite possible to "bag" up on these. 

The lake has always been noted for some very good Bream, and double figure specimens are possible, as well as a good head of ":skimmers".

Roach are also present in large numbers, and Tench to double figures have been caught in recent times.

Predators exsist as well, with double figure Pike, and some very big Perch.

The lake is well maintained, grass cut, swims checked, vegatation controlled and trees pruned where required.

There is an Eco Toilet located in the Main Car Park.

There is a local shop located in the village which provides the usual items expected, and a Snack Van can be found in the lay by opposite the main entrance.

Cannington has very good local ammenities, shop, butchers, bakers, newsagents, etc

Water is not available on site, so those planning to fish a longer session will need to provide this.

The Town of Bridgwater is 5 miles away and very well served by Supermarkets, in fact you will be spoilt for choice!

Somerset Angling can be found located in Bath Road, and in addition to selling our permits, it has one of the largest stocks of tackle to be found in the South West.

Combwich Ponds has a wide range of wildlife and is a natural fishery, please remember and respect this at all times, we hope you enjoy your angling there, and will welcome your views, thoughts, and photos via this website.
This water originaly consisted of 3 seperate ponds, dug to provide clay for the local brickworking industry, however, once they had fulfilled their purpose they were totally flooded to create one lake of around 22 acres. However the original working have retained their own identity and are referred to as "The Main Lake", "The Bungalows", and "The Leg",

All areas of the lake are fishable, and a full circuit of the lake can be achieved with ease on foot, the "Leg" also provides access for Disabled Anglers.

There are 2 vechicle access points and car parks, which are gained via locked gates, details of which can be found in our permits.

The Fish
Combwich is well stocked with most species expected to be found in a still water, but is probably noted for its superb head of Carp, Commons in particular, the current lake record is 31lb, but bigger fish have been sighted, most tactics work, though it cannot be said it is an "easy" water and a bit of thought will be required on occasion.

The past few years have seen Rudd re establish themselves and there are now some very high quality fish to be caught of specimen sizes, and it is quite possible to "bag" up on these. 

The lake has always been noted for some very good Bream, and double figure specimens are possible, as well as a good head of ":skimmers".

Roach are also present in large numbers, and Tench to double figures have been caught in recent times.

Predators exsist as well, with double figure Pike, and some very big Perch.

The lake is well maintained, grass cut, swims checked, vegatation controlled and trees pruned where required.

There is an Eco Toilet located in the Main Car Park.

There is a local shop located in the village which provides the usual items expected, and a Snack Van can be found in the lay by opposite the main entrance.

Cannington has very good local ammenities, shop, butchers, bakers, newsagents, etc

Water is not available on site, so those planning to fish a longer session will need to provide this.

The Town of Bridgwater is 5 miles away and very well served by Supermarkets, in fact you will be spoilt for choice!

Somerset Angling can be found located in Bath Road, and in addition to selling our permits, it has one of the largest stocks of tackle to be found in the South West.

 
Combwich Ponds has a wide range of wildlife and is a natural fishery, please remember and respect this at all times, we hope you enjoy your angling there, and will welcome your views, thoughts, and photos via this we

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